cellulose ether

cellulose ether

[′sel·yə‚lōs ′ē·thər]
(organic chemistry)
The product of the partial or complete etherification of the hydroxyl groups in a cellulose molecule.
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Cellulose Ether & Derivatives Market by Product Type (MC, EC, HEC, HPC, & CMC), by Application (Pharmaceuticals, Personal Care, Construction, Food Industry, & Others), by Region (North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, & RoW) - Global Trends & Forecast to 2020
Summary: Macromolecular prodrugs (MPDs) of mefenamic acid were designed onto a cellulose ether derivative hydroxypropylcellulose (HPC) as ester conjugates.
Candidate materials for spinning include polyolefins, polyacetals, polyamides, polyesters, cellulose ether and esters, polyalkylene sulfides, polyarylene oxides, and polysulfones.
of a thermoplastic cellulose selected from cellulose ether and cellulose alkanoate with 2 to 10 carbons in an alkano-ate group having a melting point temperature between about 100[degrees] C.
A review of cellulose ether in hydrophilic matrices for oral controlled release dosage forms.
It has been the most important ionic cellulose ether with a worldwide annual production of 300,000 tons .
OTC Bulletin Board: CRUI), a manufacturer and distributor of cellulose ether additives for use in the production of pharmaceuticals, construction materials, polyvinyl chloride products, foods, beverages and cosmetics, has announced its financial results for the second quarter of 2011.
Processing is easier, and costs are lower than for the common sauce binder and the cellulose ether.
Larger molecules such as cellulose ether and xanthum gum increased viscosity, but did not cut diffusion rates.
Another Dow business also present at the show is Dow Wolff Cellulosics (DWC), a market leader in cellulose ether polymers.
Noviant's CMC gums are the most widely used cellulose ether products.
Methyl cellulose is the leading cellulose ether, with an established foothold in the construction industry and growing applications in food and pharmaceuticals.